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Old 04-20-2007, 08:20 PM   #11
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Thanks. So its pretty bad if I dont deal with that problem then, huh.. i shall see when i can buy a scanner.
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For a '93, I would recommend the larger idler over the smaller belt. The larger idler allows for alot more belt wrap around the SC pulley, thus reducing the belt slip by quite a bit overall.
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Alright, I bought the scanner from series one performance and im now waiting for it to arrive in the mail. I should be done with this 3 days after i receive the parts. Any other advice from the gurus???
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Alright, I bought the scanner from series one performance and im now waiting for it to arrive in the mail. I should be done with this 3 days after i receive the parts. Any other advice from the gurus???
oh boy.....your lucky if you ever get that scanner......
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I can't think of any advice anyone can give you until you determine if you have KR.

One thing I would advise would be to scan before dropping the pulley. If you have KR before you go to a 2.2", you'll have KR after the pulley swap. I wouldn't put the 2.2 on until the problem is fixed.
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Alright, I bought the scanner from series one performance and im now waiting for it to arrive in the mail. I should be done with this 3 days after i receive the parts. Any other advice from the gurus???
Where did you find the information to go to seriesoneperformance?
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Where did you find the information to go to seriesoneperformance?
Jim.. psst.. probably on Bonnevilleclub.com
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Where did you find the information to go to seriesoneperformance?
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That'* exactly my point. I don't think we should be directing people to dead links, and non-operable vendors.

Last time I provided a link for seriesoneperformance.com, I got chewed out by an admin for providing it. If that'* the case, it probably should be removed from our site.
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It won't be removed since people will be able to search and find that they are not reputable.

I think there'* a sticky about certain vendors...
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